We all know a good game plan is important, and when it comes to planning for Arizona’s future, the census is our most important tool.
Chairman and President
Information from the census is an important tool in understanding the communities we serve within Cochise County and the State of Arizona. A complete and accurate count in the 2020 Census will help us to identify our population by county locations and direct resources and funding to adequately address the needs of that population. Let’s work together to get the count done well!
Sheriff Mark J. Dannels
Arizona college students count - on and off campus. We know that an accurate count of Arizona’s higher-ed students will help strengthen our college communities through funding critical programs in the health services and providing grants that improve education around the state.
Student Regent, Arizona Board of Regents & Student, University of Arizona
With the growing population in Maricopa County and across Arizona, public safety continues to serve as a critical element of sound economic development. From Arizona’s urban areas to our most suburban communities, we are safer when we understand more about who we need to protect. The 2020 Census is an important tool for public safety in the communities we serve. Participation in this census is safe, easy and important.
Paul Penzone Maricopa County Sheriff
The 2020 Census will help shape the future of Arizona's schools, and we know that young children and college students are historically undercounted. Arizona's complete count will ensure we receive our fair share of resources for our students and serve the educational needs of every community in our state.
Kathy Hoffman Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction
Arizona’s Latino community is growing, and we have an opportunity to shape our future in this state with the 2020 Census. It’s critical that Latinos know that the census is safe, easy and important - we should all be counted!
Julián Claudio Nabozny Arizona Latino Business Owner
LGBTQ+ Arizonans are an important part of our state’s diversity - being counted is not only our civic duty, but part of shaping the future of our state.
Neil Giuliano President & CEO Greater Phoenix Leadership
Arizona has seen major growth over the last ten years, and we’re on track for more. The 2020 Census is our opportunity to ensure that every Arizonan in every corner of our state is included and that we maximize our opportunities for future growth.
Doug Ducey Arizona Governor
Each member of Arizona’s 22 tribes counts, living both on and off our tribal lands. It’s critical that we come together to ensure that every Native American is counted in the 2020 census so that we can provided needed healthcare and education services to our communities.
Kristine FireThunder Director, Governor's Office on Tribal Relations
The census matters and will serve as a guiding tool for us as we plan for the next decade in Arizona. Every Arizonan counts and we’re committed to working statewide to share the message that the census is safe, easy and important.
Debbie Johnson Chair Arizona Complete Count Committee
Arizona’s business community relies on important information that comes from census results. We’re committed to helping achieve a complete count, because it will help shape our business decisions for the next decade.
President, Nogales-Santa Cruz County Chamber of Commerce
Every Arizonan deserves to be counted in the 2020 census, because we’re all impacted by the results. From highways to education, the census results will help shape the way Arizona grows over the next ten years.
Robyn Stallworth Pouquette
Yuma County Recorder & Immediate Past President, Arizona Association of Counties
Across all faiths and backgrounds, participation in the census impacts us all. This is our opportunity to support a once-in-a-decade event that will shape the next 10 years of our state.
Pastor Warren H. Stewart, Sr.
Senior Pastor - First Institutional Baptist Church
Arizonans living in rural communities are an important part of Arizona’s population and the census helps us determine how to plan where medical clinics, roads, schools and other important infrastructure is needed.
Mayor Pro-Tem Billie Orr
City of Prescott
2020 offers us the opportunity to come together as a state for Arizona’s complete count - a fundamental element of our political representation and our tool to plan for the next decade.
Mayor of Lake Havasu City
General Manager, London Bridge Resort
Every Arizonan deserves to be counted in the 2020 Census so it is important that we outreach to communities across the state to communicate the importance of the census. Arizona stands to gain additional representation in the US Congress as well as our fair share of resources for needed services and supports, and we will only achieve that with a complete count in the 2020 Census.
Arizona Complete Count Committee
Assistant Secretary of State
Arizona cities and towns rely on a complete census count to provide the services our residents depend on and plan for our future. Arizonans need to know that the census is safe, easy, and important for our state’s future.
Mayor, City of Flagstaff
As a trusted voice in your community, you can play a vital role in helping the Arizona Complete Count Committee raise awareness for the Arizona 2020 Census.
All responses to the 2020 Census are safe, secure, and protected by federal law. Responses can only be used to produce statistics. They cannot be used against individuals by any government agency or court in any way—not by the FBI, not by the CIA, not by the DHS, and not by ICE. Learn more >>